The picturesque sea view shows a bird eye view of 3 Islands, Bodgaya Island (the biggest Island in the Tun Sakaran Marine Park), Bohey Dulang and Tetagan Island. From where I was standing, to my right, I could see the opening to Celebes Sea.
The short hike and surprising encounter I had earlier on was worth it. You can see the different wonderful blue shades of the ocean and be mesmerized by it. A great thing to do here was definitely stretching your arms wide open, with your head hung back and breathe in deep to the fresh air of the Sea, and of course, with the most satisfying feeling ever.
“Wowwwwwwww…..!!” That was the first word that came out from all of our mouth as we stood by the boat. The Italian lady who was already off the boat, smiled and shook her head as she exclaimed, “This is Paradise!” Indeed it was.
I’m not sure if most of you knew that I went to Sabah last year, in 2014 for a 1 month solo trip. N yes, I haven’t update anything new on it yet because it is simply too fun and it was such an amazing and enjoyable experience I had that I’m not sure where […]
Day 2, Wed, 29 October 2014: Since I could get a lift to Tuaran, I’ve decided to visit the Shangri-La’s Rasa Ria Nature Reserve to watch the Orang Utans. It’s located in KK. So for those who do not have the time to go to the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre in Sandakan, […]